Renewing your membership
if you are are already a member there are 4 easy ways you can renew:
- Process your payment and update your details online within the members area of this website
- Call Jo in the office on 01235 818866
- Download and post the forms
- Process payment via the TR Register Shop
Joining for the first time
Benefits of Membership
All members receive the club magazine, TR Action, eight times a year. It is a high quality, professionally produced, 80 page, A4 size, full colour glossy magazine devoted to TRs and includes news , articles, letters, technical tips, competition reports and classified and trade advertisements. We also publish the magazine online within our members area shortly after the paper copy is despatched for those who simply cannot wait!
- 4 Information
- 5 From the press office
- 7 Letters
- 18 TR Register Insurance
- 35 News from the board
- 39 Volunteer Concours Judges Training
- 40 Amending overdrive operation
- 42 TR3S - tribute to a Le Mans legend
- 46 Triumph TR8 Turbo Le Mans at Goodwood Revival
- 48 Basic servicing seminar
- 50 TR5 Road tour across Australia
- 55 Book review
- 56 Competition news
- 60 Social scene
- 76 Scottish Weekend notice
- 77 WOHFTB
- 80 New members
- 81 Classifieds
- 82 Addresses
Discounts and special rates
The TR Register has negotiated money off deals with many suppliers, manufacturers, travel operators, events and much much more. Typically with discounts of 10%, 15% and even 20% from companies like:
- Irish Ferries
- NEC Classic Motorshow
- Silverstone Classic
- Le Mans Classic (Travel Destinations)
- Stena Line
- Zircotec Coatings
- Longstone Tyres
- Penrite Oils
- + Many more
See members login area for discount codes or the pages of TR Action Magazine, free to all members
Website and Forum
A huge amount of helpful information and advice is now available on the TR Register website which is paid for and maintained by TR Register membership funds.
TR Register Forum is a great way to ask advice, buy and sell, or simply find out what is happening. The forum is particularly useful to those members residing overseas.
members area of the website you can access the following:
- Your own Blog within the rebuilders diary area to upload pictures and report on your latest projects.
- Access to add unlimited Buy, Sell or Wanted adverts in our classifieds section for FREE.
- Electronic versions of TR Action Magazine and an entire catalogue of back issues.
- Discount codes and money off vouchers.
- An ever-growing resource of technical articles, video seminars and maintenance guides.
- Club accounts, AGM material and proxy voting forms.
- Members only news, announcements, updates and club offers.
- Amend your mailing address and registered cars.
- Automatically renew your membership.
- COMING SOON! Browse, donate to and search the TR Register Archives.
The Revington TR/TR Register Sprint & Hillclimb Championship has been in existence for a number of years and is well supported by the members as both spectators and competitors as it offers an inexpensive entry into competitive Motorsport.
Members also take part in many other forms of motorposrt including racing, rallying, test days, autotests, gymkhanas and treasure hunts.
Help and advice is always available for members on preparing cars for competition.
The TR Register has a dedicated competition chairman and sprint/hillclimb co-ordinator. For the latest competition news why not check our competitions news section.
The club has a volunteer team of technical experts who can be contacted via email ( firstname.lastname@example.org) or letter. They will respond the same way. Suitable questions and answers will be printed in TR Action.
There is a wealth of Technical related articles, documents and handbooks available within the members section of this website as well as within the pages of our magazine, TR Action.
The TR Register have forged strong links with many specialist TR spares suppliers and restoration companies. Many companies give members discounts and all willingly give help and advice.
The club operates a Spares Development Fund to assist in the manufacture of otherwise unobtainable spares, although for all models of TR the spares situation is generally very good and many suppliers operate a world-wide mail order scheme. Many members advertise TR spares, for sale or wanted, in the club magazine free of charge.
The club also has a series of information sheets for each model of TR. A more formal engineers report on a potential purchase may be obtained from the company "Classic Assessments" who do pre-purchase inspections for a very reasonable fee.
Local group meetings have been the backbone of the club for over 30 years. All TR Register members in the UK are automatically a member of a local group at no extra cost, and all members can benefit from the help and support that comes from being a part of a world-wide club of thousands of TR owners and enthusiasts.
Local groups often enjoy motoring holidays and weekends touring Britain and Europe in the company of fellow enthusiasts. Tours have regularly included trips to Ireland, France, Belgium, Holland, Italy, Spain, Germany and America.
Help and advice is always available at local level and this is particularly useful to new members who wait to purchase their first TR. You are never left to struggle alone in the TR Register.
Regional Group locations, together with Dates and venues of meetings and contact details can be found here. Advice on buying a car or help with Technical problems can often be found at local level at no cost. You will be suprised at how helpful fellow Register members are - use your local group as a contact point.
Historical records and archives
The club has registrars for each model of TR and derivative; these are the experts who are able to answer questions on historical detail for each model and often individual cars.
The club also has an archive and library of TR literature and DVDs which can be found within the members section of this website for viewing by club members. Owners of TR2-3A can benefit from a special low price on traces of their TR's original production history (see below) but traces for all models of TR can be obtained at the full price from British Motor Industry Heritage trust (BMIHT).
The club also has an archive and library of TR literature and DVDs which can be examined by club members. Owners of TR2-3A can benefit from a special low price on traces of their TR's original production history but traces for all models of TR can be obtained at the full price from British Motor Industry Heritage trust (BMIHT).
The TR Register is routinely and professionally represented at high profile shows and events across the UK and all members will be welcomed on the TR Register stand. in addition to this the TR Register also runs several of its own national events throughout the year, these include:
- The International Weekend, where thousands of members get together each year.
- The winter ball.
- The European Meet.
- The Standard/Triumph Marque Day
- Various trackways throughout the spring and summer months
- Tours and Holiday packages
Regionally and locally there are dozens of major events to participate in throughout the year.
Access to TS2
The TR Register is hugely proud of its ownership of TS2, the second TR2 ever made and the first right hand drive version of the model that began it all. The car was restored by the club in time for the 2001 NEC Classic Motor Show and has been used as a promotional vehicle by the club and its members ever since. Members wishing to loan out TS2 may do so by application to the TS2 trust. The member must demonstrate that their use of the vehicle will promote the TR Register or the TR marque in some way.
YOUR TR REGISTER SUBSCRIPTION PAID FREE OF CHARGE!
Well, almost! After you have joined the TR Register, whenever you make a purchase at Moss Europe (by mail or in person), make sure that your name and register number is recorded on your invoice. If your purchases, within a 12 month period prior to your renewal date, amount to over £550 (inc VAT), your TR Register subscription will be paid for by Moss Europe. When you receive your annual renewal form send it, plus copies of your invoices, to: Customer Services, Moss Europe Ltd, Hampton Farm Industrial Estate, Hanworth, Middlesex, TW13 6DB, England. (If you pay by Direct Debit, please do not cancel this. We will refund you direct from Club HQ). Your details will then be processed and your annual subscription paid. Your details must be forwarded promptly to avoid delays. Do not send the reminder and invoice copies to the TR Register office as this results in a delay in paying your subscription.
To ensure continuity of membership, those using the Moss Europe 'Subscription Paid Free of Charge' service should check when purchasing goods that the service is still available. The TR Register cannot be held responsible if Moss Europe withdraws this service.
Lost Registration Numbers
The DVLA's rules for the V765 scheme, under which original registration numbers can sometimes be recovered, now require that the vehicle be inspected by the club prior to certifying the V765 application.
Therefore applicants should now initially contact Bill Piggott to discuss their particular circumstances. He can advise as to the likelihood of the application being successful and also give details of the inspection procedure. This will avoid applicants spending money on applications unlikely to succeed. In future the cost of a V765 application will be £50 for TR Register members. In addition, if the vehicle cannot be brought to us for inspection, our travelling expenses at 40p per mile will be payable.
Available for TR2/3/3A only via Bill Piggott (Marcle House, Brimfield, Ludlow, SY8 4NE). Either send a £16 cheque payable to W Piggott or email me for bank account details if you wish to credit my account direct at bill. email@example.com. If applying by post, please include an SAE and in all cases, I need a note of your car's"TS"commission/chassis number and registration number if a UK car. Approx. four to six weeks later I will post you a typed"birth certificate"of the car's original build specification, build date and (usually) the delivery destination. These traces are around a quarter of the cost of the BMIHT ones and include much the same information.
Normally, TR2/3/3As can only be traced via the commission number - however, it may be possible to trace a car using the six or seven figure bodyshell number. More work is involved, and the cost may therefore be higher. TR3Bs can only be traced by Heritage as below, as the club does not have acess to TR3B records. TR3B/4/4A/5/6/7/8 owners can only get a trace done via the Archive Department, Heritage Motor Centre, Banbury Road, Gaydon, Warwick, CV35 0BJ.
The cost is £50 and you must quote the car's year and model, plus the commission number/chassis number. You will receive a certificate suitable for framing. An on-line order form is also available on the BMIHT website